Flower Remedy Treatment List for Horses

Flower Combinations and Treatment Strategies for:

Abandonment (rescued horses,. neglected, fearful)

Abused (bad memories, fear, hopeless)

Accidents (injuries)

Aggression (dominance, temper, intolerant)

Allergies (Intolerance to grasses, heat, dampness)

Aloof (irritable, wants to be left alone)

Anesthesia (slow recovery from sedation)

Anxiety (nervous conditions)

Arthritis (older, stiff, arthritic horses)

Birthing (difficult)

Biting and Kicking

Boarding (lonely/homesick/ignored)

Boredom (unfilled, frustration)

Change of Owners (to ease adjustment)

Change of Environment (trouble adapting)

Chronic Illness

Cleansing and Detoxification (drugs, poisons)

Coat (poor)

Colic

Concentration (lacking)

Confidence (lack of)

Confined (kept in stall or trailer too long)


 

Congestion (lung, heart, bowel, nasal passages)

Cowering

Cribbing/Wind Sucking

Dominated

Domineering

Depression

Diarrhea

Disinfectant (wounds, hot spots, rashes)

Distracted (lack of focus)

Disease / Critical (weak, giving up, depressed)

Eating (finicky eater)

Exhaustion / Weary

Fatigue / Mental (mind/body lacks strength)

Fears of Known Things

Fears the Unknown

Gastric Ulcers

Grief (loss of companion, owner)

Head Shy

High Strung

Intolerant

Infections (viral/bacterial)

Jealousy

 


Joints and Muscles (stiff, sore)

Loneliness

Mood Swings (erratic behaviors)

Neglected (feels ignored/rejected)

Pain (minor to intence)

Relapse (disease returns)

Restlessness

Seizures

Stall Walker

Separation Anxiety

Shock - Trauma - Surgery

Shoeing (to calm fear and panic)

Respiratory Infections

Skin Diseases

Rasping (stress and fear)

Terror / Panic

Timid / Shy / Reserved

Training (bad attitude toward)

Unconscious or Coma

Weaning

Traveling (refuses to trailer)

Worry (incessant)